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:00 here in aurora. "piers morgan tonight." > tonight -- >> people versus james holmes. >> the man who's accused of this. >> i've got seven down in theater nine. >> a suspect is going to be male, unknown race. black outfit. believed to be wearing a vest, gas mask. >> what was james holmes thinking? is he sane? what happens now? >> what's the appropriate punishment? >> death. >> i'll talk to some of his victims who barely escaped the rampage and the heroes who risked their lives to save others. plus, the big city mayer who says now is the time to hold president obama responsible for gun control. >> before the public goes to the streeting booth what they will do. >> an exclusive with new york city mayor michael bloomberg. this is "piers morgan tonight." face-to-face with an accused killer. this is the public's first look. james holmes, his hair dyed red and orange, looking dazed and sitten unshaven and handcuffed beside one of the public defenders assigned to his case. he didn't speak. he didn't look at any of the family members. he never took tir eyes off him. more family members watche
. police say the killer is james holmes, a 24-year-old ph.d. student. calmly vigil for the victims isg held right now. we're going to have all the latest developments on this tragedy tonight. first, we listen to what new york mayor bloomberg said today about the massacre. >> no matter where you stand on guns, we have a right to hear from both of them concretely. not just in general. specifically, what are they going to do about guns. and maybe every governor should stand up. but in the end, it is really the leadership at a national level, which is whoever's going to be president of the united states starting next january 1. what are they going to do about guns? >> i agree with mayor bloomberg. i fully respect the second amendment and every american's desire to defend themselves in their homes. i simply don't believe the framers of the constitution would have ever envisioned this disturbed young man. specifically to murder fellow americans. there are now almost as many guns in america as there are people and this could only surely lead to more senseless death. something has to be done. and t
is still with me. when you study what james holmes bought on the internet, 3,000 rounds of handgun ammunition, 3,000 runs for an assault rifle. 350 shells for a 12-gauge shotgun costing about $3,000. there is a sensible point. >> that wasn't only a funny line, it's also a great idea. the quick fix, piers, is that we need laws passed right away. that would be a great law. but the president has to be the leader on this. when he was standing there in front of the microphone in aurora the other night, he's such a great guy. the heart he has, the things he said were so powerful, and yet, when he brought his own children into it, when he said, you know, my two daughters go to the movies, and what if it were them? well, i guess if president obama's watching right now, and i say this with all do respect, what if it were them? what if it were them last thursday night? would you stand at the microphone the next day and say, i feel your pain, and, you know, the existing gun laws -- this is what he said. the existing laws are enough. is that really what you'd say, mr. president? i don't think
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't. >> the scenes of the alleged killer, james holmes, with his bright orange-red hair, looking very sort of spaced out. people are of two minds. whether you need to discuss him at all. or whether you need to discuss him. to work out what has driven him to do this. >> you know, at this point, i haven't seen anything of the court hearing. i haven't watched any of it. i saw the picture of him with the red hair just within the last 30 minutes was the first time i saw that. i just think he looks like a psycho. and i don't care to think about him. >> mike, i mean, you were there, obviously, in the movie theater, when he was carrying out this monstrous assault. what were your feelings about the court appearance today? >> well, my feelings were -- i was all for hearing the charges that was going to go against him. but when it was delayed for another week, i turned the television off. because i didn't want to go through what i thought that was just going to be nothing but just formal things they was going through, and the part that i wanted to see what was they was going to do to this gentleman who walked
with breaking news on the colorado movie theater shooting. identified as 24-year-old james holmes. tom myer used to live right next door to holmes in san diego. he joins me now. tell me what your reaction was when you heard that the killer who's been taken into custody was the same person that you lived next to. >> i'm shocked and saddened. the whole situation. the family very nice. the young man is quiet, very nice, very good student. i guess the problem we had too much, you know, violence in movie and game, the video games. i guess also the parent right -- to teach their children right and wrong was taken away, the court system, the educational system. you've got failing children and failing american family too. >> i mean, we don't know yet exactly what the motivation was, what may have caused him to do this. you lived next to him for ten years. you shared christmas with the family. you knew them better than almost anybody. you say there was no sign of this. what kind of boy was he? >> he's a quiet guy, you know, very nice. when i come out, i see him, you know, like mowing the lawn or washing
. over the next weeks and month, we will hear more about suspected shooter james holmes. there will likely be court appearances, charges, and perhaps a trial. it will be holmes who makes headlines. a name you'll hear over and over. and usually it is the suspected killer that gets most of the attention. eric harris and dylanical icalk. anders behring breivik. today is the one-year anniversary of that mass killing. but names we should be hearing are those of the victims. we want to start this morning remembering those who lost their lives friday morning as told by the people they left behind. >> not surprising to me that his first thought would be her. that's what a man does. he protects his loved ones. i'm very proud of him. we're going to miss him.
holmes. that was james holmes apartment today. that small explosion was set off by police and the fbi after they found out that the front door was rigged to blow up in the face of whoever opened it. the police who live in that area, the people who live in that area and that building had been out all day yesterday and all day today. they don't have a place to stay. we're going to hear from them in a moment. first, i want to show you some live pictures right here not far from where i'm standing. people are gathering for a second night outside the movie theater where 70 people were either killed or wounded in one shooting rampage. people of aurora, colorado, are mourning today. over my shoulder behind me at the theater where it happened, there were police officers just on the scene moments ago. they were removing evidence and looking that. in the meantime, police are releasing the names of all the victims as their families are informed now. the last of the 12 games were made public just a short time ago. just look at this picture. and these words. the front page of
, to keep them from doing harm to one another -- >> this guy, holmes, the shooter in aurora, he wouldn't have been picked up by anything. he had no history of mental illness. he had no history of criminality. i think a driving offense of some sort. four weapons, including this assault rifle. then on the internet, thousands of rounds of ammunition. and a gun cartridge which could hold 100 bullets. which enabled him to fire at 70 people in a matter of a minute or two. and i say, where is the movement now by political leaders in america to mean that there can't be another guy who can do that as easily? >> piers, there was a guy in norway that went up and shot how many students, 70 students? they have very strict gun laws in norway. that doesn't keep the person from doing what happened in norway. saying to a deranged person "you're breaking the law" isn't going to stop them from doing terrible things and hurting people. we of course have all sorts of laws against bombs and making bombs. but this individual had bombs in his apartment. if he didn't have a gun, he'd have used a bomb. the idea
is still with me. when you study james holmes, the aurora shooter, 3,000 rounds of handgun ammunition, 3 thousand rounds for an aconsult rifle, costing about $3,000, there is a sensible point. >> that wasn't only a very funny line, it's also a great idea. the quick fix t piers, is that we need laws passed right away. that would be a great law. but the president has to be the leader on this. when he was standing there in front of the microphone the other night, he's such a great guy, the heart that he has, the things that he said were so powerful. and yet, when he brought his own children into it, when he said my two daughters go to the movies and what if it were them. well, i guess, if president obama is watching right now, and i say this with all due respect, what if it were them? what if it were them last thursday night? would you stand at the microphone the next day and say, i feel your pain and you know, we, the existing gun laws are enough. is that really what you would say, mr. president? i don't think so. and you, and i, and everybody, we have to see these children, these young pe
bystanders. >> michael moore is still with me. when you study what james holmes, the aurora shooter, bought on the internet, 3,000 rounds of handgun ammunition, 350 shells for a 12-gauge shotgun, costing about $3,000. there is a sensible point. >> on only a very funny line, but also a great idea. the quick fixes that we need laws passed right away. that would be a great lot to have. >> the president has to be the leader on this. >> when he was standing in front of the microphone and a roar of the other night, he is such a great guy. the party has and the things he said were so powerful and yet, when he brought his own children into it, when he said mike two daughters go to the movies, and what it with them. i guess if president obama is watching right now and i say this with all due respect, what if it were them? what if it were them last thursday night? would you stand at the microphone the next day and say i feel pain. you know, the existing laws are enough. is there really what you would say, mr. president? i don't think so. and you and i and everybody, we have to see these children, the
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